The Clinton County Workforce Development Roundtable collaboratively tackles the critical and multi-faceted issues surrounding workforce development, retention, and recruitment in Clinton County and our surrounding region. The Roundtable is comprised of business, education, non-profit, government, and economic/community development partners, and is open to anyone from these sectors who would like to become more involved in collaborative solutions to current workforce challenges.
The Roundtable currently has three working groups – School/Community Connections, Education/Training, and Barriers to Work – in which members can become directly involved with identifying top workforce challenges and prioritizing and implementing next steps/projects.
LEARN MORE ABOUT EACH OF OUR WORKING GROUPS, THEIR PROJECTS, AND WAYS TO GET INVOLVED USING THE BELOW LINKS:
SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS RESOURCE GUIDE
The Roundtable collected the information in the School and Community Connections Resource Guide from local businesses, organizations, and schools to better connect all of these entities, and to more comprehensively address workforce needs and solutions throughout our community.
This Guide is intended to make it easier for employers, local schools, and community agencies to identify and expand workforce development opportunities for youth and adults in our community.
This Guide is a working document that will be updated regularly as contacts, interests, and availability changes. If you would like to have your company’s information included in the Guide, please complete the EMPLOYER SURVEY or SCHOOL SURVEY as appropriate if you haven’t already done so!
If you would like to become involved with the Workforce Development Roundtable in general or through one or more of our working groups, please complete the commitment form (if you have not already done so):
The Workforce Roundtable is an initiative of the Clinton County Port Authority, OhioMeansJobs Clinton County, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center, and the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce.
For questions or more information, please contact Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce, at email@example.com or 937-728-7075.